Konstantin K. Likharev received the Candidate (Ph.D.) degree in Physics from the Lomonosov
Moscow State University, Russia in 1969, and the habilitation degree of Doctor of
Sciences from the Higher Attestation Committee of the U.S.S.R. in 1979. From 1969
to 1988 Dr. Likharev was a Staff Scientist of Moscow State University, and from 1989
to 1991 the Head of the Laboratory for Cryoelectronics of that university. In 1991
he assumed a Professorship at Stony Brook University (Distinguished Professor 2002-2017,
John Toll Professor 2017-2020, Distinguished Professor Emeritus since September 2020).
During his research career, Dr. Likharev worked in the fields of nonlinear classical
and dissipative quantum dynamics, and solid-state physics and electronics, notably
including superconductor electronics and nanoelectronics. Dr. Likharev is an author
of more than 350 publications, including 80+ review papers and book chapters, 2 monographs,
8 textbooks, and several patents. Dr. Likharev is a Fellow of the APS and the IEEE.
My current research interests are focused on the nanoelectronic implementation of
high-performance neuromorphic networks.
For a detailed history, please click here for my CV.
ESSENTIAL GRADUATE PHYSICS
My open-access series of lecture notes and problems on 4 core physics courses (Classical
Mechanics, Classical Electrodynamics, Quantum Mechanics, and Statistical Mechanics),
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